Frost & Sullivan Vice President Rufus Connell interviewed Jeff Cotrupe, Industry Director, Big Data & Analytics, about exciting developments in the market at the Growth, Innovation, & Leadership conference (GIL) Silicon Valley. The two tackled six topics in eight minutes and the resulting video is here.
CIO Review invited Jeff to contribute to its Big Data Special Edition for 2017, and he responded with a piece titled Big Data in Manufacturing: “It’s Not Just for Predictive Maintenance Anymore.” The piece analyzes how big data can synergize data from the Internet of Things (IoT) and other relevant sources to drive commercial decision insight, creating opportunities to grow and retain revenues across the organization.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise features Jeff and others in a piece titled Empower the data-driven organization. Clickable from the table of contents, Jeff’s thoughts on creating a big data execution plan comprise one of five chapters in the piece. A shared passion for using technology to unlock business value is a large part of why teams at HPE have been Jeff’s clients for much of his nearly seven-year career at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan.
HP has just split itself into two companies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will have a business-to-business (B2B) focus, providing business technology solutions, and HP Inc. will house HP’s printer and personal computer business, with a business-to-consumer (B2C) focus. e-Commerce Times featured Jeff’s analysis of the impacts of the split on the Big Data and analytics market here in an article titled HP Does the Splits.
Jeff Cotrupe joined Mark Friendman of Stratecast client Genesys on a webcast where they shared insights on how Big Data helps brands engage with consumers on the go and offer a better customer experience. The webcast is available for on demand viewing here.
Telecommunications industry publication Billing & OSS World recently featured Jeff Cotrupe’s research for Stratecast client Comarch in an article titled Mobile Operators Need Big Data-Driven Customer Loyalty Programs. “When operators take a look back, they realize they are sitting on a gold mine of customer data,” said Cotrupe. “Processing and analyzing this Big (customer) Data…enables operators to create customer loyalty programs that maximize revenue retention and drive new revenues.”
The article appears here.
In an article titled In the depths of the recession, Steve Shivers got Jeff Bezos to back his startup, UPSTART Business Journal talked with doxo CEO Shivers about his vision for the company, and how how he got the founder and CEO of Amazon to back his venture. doxo, which prefers the non-capitalized moniker in all uses, essentially operates a digital file cabinet in the cloud where consumers can store and access all of their accounts with various businesses, and information related to those accounts, in one place. Jeff Cotrupe analyzed doxo recently in a Stratecast report titled Local Businesses (and National Brands) Need Big Data in a Big Way. Is doxo the Answer? In that report, Cotrupe said Stratecast believes doxo is the first crowdsourced directory of businesses, generated by actual customer activity, in the market.
To see what Cotrupe had to say about doxo in UPSTART, you can view the article here.
Cotrupe is an industry director at Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan, where he conceived, designed, launched, and leads the firm’s Big Data & Analytics practice. He has launched and managed 20 products and services, helping companies generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A, and capital. Cotrupe is also a powerwalking, weight lifting, CrossFit, and Relay For Life enthusiast.